“I took a few pictures - but this was the only one that was basically a post card“. Great Scott – right you are! He took this photo on a cold clear morning, but was warm and cozy – shooting through the window. ”I live just outside Sherwood Park and have a lot of deer visitors – they seem to like the bark from my apples trees. I am lucky that my visitors can’t see me through the glass”. I see another deer in the trees – do you?
DID YOU KNOW? The white-tailed deer can leap more than two and a half metres in the air and make horizontal leaps of nine metres — that’s almost as long as a school bus! When it senses danger the deer raises its tail. This is called ‘flagging’ because the large white patch on the underside of the tail signals “danger” to other deer and helps a fawn follow its mother to safety.
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